21 (Short) Lessons From Becoming a Millionaire
Learn from the examples of Mark Zuckerberg, Changpeng Zhao and Matt Lillywhite on how you too can make millions
If you go looking on the Internet to learn how to become a millionaire, you’ll find a colossal pile of information on how to do it. People will tell you that to become rich, you must do many outrageous things.
However, most of their suggestions are unachievable. Complete dog sh*t.
The truth is this.
99% of people will never reach a million dollars in their lifetime. And this is something you need to accept.
I know, I know. It’s a stark reality to face.
However, you can learn some important life lessons from millionaires, like me. Here are 21 short lessons you can learn from my success in becoming a millionaire.
And for easier reading, I’ve split the article into three sections (3 x 7 =21):
Strap on your helmet. This listicle is a wild ride.
Practical Advice to Become a Millionaire (1–7)
1. You must be born into a wealthy family. The richer your parents are, the richer you will become. The math favors this simple logic.
2. Money doesn’t grow on trees, so stop looking for it. It’s actually printed by the Federal Reserve and pumped into the economy at record speeds. It’s also produced on the blockchain as new bitcoins are mined by computers.
3. The second-easiest way to become a millionaire is to find someone who already is one and marry them. This still requires hard work, as you need to court them, woo over their heart, and make sure there’s no prenuptial agreement that prevents you from keeping millions upon divorce.